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    The Roommates – Fast Forward to 2019: Chapter 31

    The Roommates – Fast Forward to 2019: Chapter 31

    Tina couldn’t sleep and she found herself parked outside of Bette’s house at nearly 1 in the morning. She knew it was silly, but she couldn’t seem to stop herself. She needed to see her. To hold her. Yes, they were on a break, but even breaks could have breaks.

    She called Bette’s phone and heard her groggy lover answer. “Tina?” said Bette.

    “Hey Babe, I’m outside. Can you let me in?”

    Bette was suddenly wide awake. She had been longing for Tina, missing her terribly, cradling the pillow to her chest. “T? You’re outside?”

    “Yes, I’m here.”

    “Tina, you have a key. Just let yourself in.”

    “I know…I just didn’t want to assume. With the break, I didn’t know if you’d want to see me. I know it was silly to come here. It’s so late. But I just…I wanted to see you. I miss you so much.”

    As she finished speaking, Tina saw the porch light come on and the door swing open. Bette was waiting for her. Tina climbed out of her SUV and rushed up the steps, barreling toward the woman she loved. She wrapped her arms around Bette, nearly bowling her over with the strength of her embrace. Tears fell from her eyes.

    “Shh,” said Bette, stroking Tina’s hair, holding her as tightly as she could.

    “I miss you,” Tina whispered.

    Bette kissed the top of her head. “I missed you, too. Please don’t cry, T. I’m right here, okay?”

    Tina held her in a vice grip and wouldn’t let go. “What’s wrong, Tina? What’s going on?” asked Bette.

    When Tina didn’t answer, Bette finally extricated herself and closed and locked the front door. She grabbed Tina’s hand and led her to bed. Tina was already wearing pajamas and they crawled into bed together. Bette held her tightly.

    “I was dreaming of you,” Bette whispered in the darkness.

    “You were?”

    “I was. I was holding my pillow, pretending it was you. God, I’ve missed you Tina.”

    “Bette?” said Tina.

    “Yes, Baby?”

    “I love you.”

    “I know. I love you, too.”

    Tina exhaled. “I feel like I can finally breathe. It’s hard to be apart from you.”

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    1. Poor Bette….Tina needs to make sure that Bette gets to therapy and encourage her to disclose all to the therapist. Its going to be a hard road to follow.

      Tina – with a father and husband who are in a large law firm, you need to be cautious about private investigators which can trail you or locate you via cell phones. With so much money at stake with the upcoming divorce, look for dirty tricks from dear ole Dad and Henry. See a lawyer ASAP and start to formulate a plan. Sue for divorce, stay away from Bette in your vehicle and use a throwaway phone to contact her. If you must see her, use a cab from various locations. Home to a mall, the mall to Bette’s. etc. Or rent a car and put yours in the shop for a few days. Have the company send you on some out of town trips and keep the rental car for a few extra days in a parking garage. And figure out a way to hide your assets. A good lawyer can help. Put all plans in place before you file. Make things look happy and normal for dear sweet Henry. This may take some time, but it looks like its going to take some time before Bette is ready for a relationship – many months not weeks.

      Great story…..and the mess keeps getting bigger….

    2. My heart is aching for Bette and for Tina. This is a very tough journey for them.
      But hopefully moments like this will strengthen their love.

      I have another idea for Tina. First: brilliant attorney to handle the prenup and her financial situation. Second: Henry has a deadly accident while away on business for Daddy I-threaten-my-daughter Kennard. Third: a big investor in Kennard’s firm withdraws big money because of the homophobic attitude of the owner.

      I know, it’s not that simple but it sounds nice ;-)

      Love how you put me on an emotional rollercoaster with nearly every chapter.

      More please.

    3. Hmm, i really don’t see any progress in Bette’s condition. If she gone for help in first and not just lying in bed and drinking, thing would be better for her. And if she wouldn’t tell her therapist about what happen – thing are never would the same, she’ll always have mental problems

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